Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies responded to an Ash Fork bar Sunday after a man got into a fight and pointed a gun at numerous people before leaving the scene. Deputies responded to the scene before the gunman left, but he called 911 saying he fired shots inside the bar, that he was hiding and refusing to come out and that he wanted to die through “suicide by cop.” Witnesses say no shots were fired inside. Deputies gave commands for him to come out. The suspect told the dispatcher he heard the commands, but he wasn’t going to surrender. After about 20 minutes the suspect was seen crossing a street nearby and deputies were able to detain him without incident. The suspect was wearing an empty holster and told deputies he ditched the gun while hiding and as two drunk to remember where he left it. He was booked into the Verde Jail on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, disorderly conduct with a deadly weapon, endangerment, threatening and intimidating and tampering with physical evidence.